An Apple computer intended for home, school, and small offices, and promoted by Apple as an easy-to-use, stylish computer that outperforms other low-cost options. The computer comes equipped with a 500, 600 or 700MHz G3 processor, 32 MB SDRAM, 4GB hard disk drive, a 56K modem, and a Universal Serial Bus (USB ), which allows a user to add devices without restarting the computer. The iMac does not come with a floppy disk drive, which has raised concerns with some critics and users. Easily recognizable for its translucent colored casing, the computer sold quickly after its introduction in August 1998.
iPAQ is the name of the HP PDA. The iPAQ was initially introduced by Compaq, but after Hewlett Packard’s acquisition of Compaq, the product has been marketed under the HP brand.
An Internet-enabled smartphone developed by Apple. The iPhone combines mobile phone capabilities with a wireless Internet device and an iPod into one product. The iPhone also includes a 3.5-inch multi-touch screen (4-inch Retina Display on the iPhone 5), rather than a keyboard, that can be manipulated by users with by two finger touches. The iPhone […]
- iPhone Hacks
iPhone Hacks is used to describe any iPhone downloads, unlocks and tutorials that are intended to open the iPhone device to achieve what Apple “never intended”, like connecting an external keyboard to the iPhone, record full-motion video, or remotely access your home network to control a desktop computer. Using the word Hacks is a misleading […]
(1) Short for intrusion prevention system. (2) Short for IP Storage, this technology is being standardized under the IP Storage (ips) IETF Working Group. Same as SoIP.
- iPhone SDK
A software development kit (SDK) released by Apple that allows people to write applications for both the iPhone and the iPod Touch. The iPhone SDK includes the Xcode IDE, Instruments, iPhone simulator, frameworks and samples, compilers, Shark analysis tool, and more. To download the iPhone SDK you must have an Apple ID. Developers have long […]